May 3, 2007
5:00 pmto7:30 pm

Dudley Library Auditorium (Roxbury)

5pm - 7pm
All members and supporters are welcome for this community meeting, following up from the march.

April 16, 2007
5:30 pmto8:00 pm

Phone banking for the MARCH for JOBS & CORI REFORM
Jobs With Justice


Mass Law Reform Institute

April 18, 2007
7:00 pmto7:30 pm

BWA on Boston Neighborhood Network

Ch. 23 - “People’s Platform”

WED - 7pm

Workers Alliance to stage march against CORI laws
by Yawu Miller

For Bishop Felipe Teixeira, the fight against the state’s Criminal Offender Records Information (CORI) laws is personal.

His work as an advocate for teenagers and his willingness to intervene in teens’ disputes with the police has landed him in the back seat of a cruiser on more than one occasion.

February 20, 2007
5:00 pmto6:30 pm

5pm @ Chuck’s Office

On December 18th, over 60 individuals attended BWA’s pre-holidary gathering at the 12th Baptist Church. BWA members made presentations regarding the CORI, our work towards a new Temp Agency and the need to pressure our legislators to take some action to alleviate CORI discrimination.

“Strategic Voting & the Politics of Empowerment”

Saturday, 18 November 2006 9.30 – 12.30

Parish House, First Church in Roxbury

10 Putnam Street, Roxbury MA (near Dudley Square & Madison Park High School)


Gary Hicks, Green-Rainbow Coalition

Eve Lyman, Boston Mobilization

01.jpgSoledad Bordegaray, of MTD la Matanza (The Unemployed Workers Movement of La Matanza in Buenos Aires) came to Boston on October 19th. She met with the members of Boston Workers Alliance and spoke on the autonomous “piquetero” and workers Cooperatives movements in Argentina. The BWA met with members of the Argentinean Unemployed Workers Movement last year, and was happy to continue our dialogue with our brothers and sisters from Argentina. Soledad Bordegaray gave a presentation describing the many tactics that the “piqueteros” have used to build another, more humane world.

US Worker Coop Conference13 BWA members went down to New York City for the Second Annual Worker Coop Conference. Over 150 individuals from across the country came to New York to share their experiences from working in businesses that they democratically own together. BWA members made a presentation to other participants on the problems with the CORI in Massachusetts.

Foes of arrest notification gather
Cookout brings calls for reform of records data

As music blared and people lined up for barbecue atop a hilly section of Malcolm X Park in Roxbury yesterday, Darrin Howell talked about how his life had changed three years ago when he was arrested for firearms possession and domestic violence.

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